Subject index

abstracts, structured 31—36 acknowledgements 53—55 age differences 176, 178 authors' contributions 29—30; listing of 29; voice 17; from hell 79

Beethoven 12 bibliographies 127 book reviews 115—121 books 75-79

citations 37, 137, 139-141, 169-170 Cloze tests 5 colons 170

conference handouts 97; missing information in, 97-98 conference papers 95-99; publishing from 95 copy editors 147-150

disciplinary variations - in acknowledgements 53; in discussion sections 49; in finding information 131; in introductions 43; in theses 82; in use of key words 37

electronic databases 132; files 134; theses 83

evidence-based 'scoreboards' 90; studies 90-91

file-drawer problem 91 Flesch scores 6-8, 163 footnotes 63-65

gender bias 151, 158

graphs 105-108, 3D graphs 107

group writing 169-172

impact factors 37, 137-138, 177 IMRAD structure 8, 17, 111 introductions 41-44

key words 37-39 keystroke analysis 8

letters to editors 123-125

Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count 11, 162 literature reviews 87-93

meta-analytic 'scoreboards' 89-90 Methods sections 45-46 'moves' in writing 41-42, 45, 47, 49-50, 123 Mozart 12

new technology - effects on writing 14,

135, 180 Nobel laureates 15, 177-179 non-native speakers 17, 148 notes to the editor 125

online publishing 139-141, 148-150 open-access journals 139-141

permissions 146-147 peer review - see refereeing planning 10-11, 12-13 posters 111-113 PowerPoint 96-97 preprints 98, 132, 135 procrastination 165-168 productive writers 175-182 protocol analysis 10 proofs 71-72

publishing - procedures 76-79; proposals 76-78; delays in 139; 143-140

quotations, page numbers 60

readability of — abstracts 8; different genres 173; influential articles 7; prestigious articles 5; science texts 8 reasons for writing 14—16 refereeing 151—158; advantages of 156—7; books, 157; chapters, 157; research grant proposals, 158; payment for 146, 156.

referees — agreement between 17, 151-153; responding to 67-68 references — styles 57-62; reasons for citing 59—60 reprints 132 repositories 139—140 research proposals 158 results sections 47—48 rhetorical devices 8—9 royalties 78

search engines 132

sex differences 161—164, 176, short notes 125

social aspects of writing 14—15, 169-172

SOSIG (Social Science Information

Gateway) 132 spoof text 5

tables 45, 101-105, tables and graphs 109; positioning in text 104

theses 81-86; electronic 83 titles 23-28 translation 17, 149

writer's block - see procrastination writers' retreats 172; rewards 14-15;

voices 12, 17 writing processes and products 8

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